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Old 06-09-2002, 09:43 PM   #1
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Just wondering what peoples choice are. Im after good value sealed bearings(teflon shield preferable). I only know of Boca who do those cool secret weapon bearings but are there any others worth considering?
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Try www.acerracing.com

That was where I got my Teflon shielded bearing kit for my Mission
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hehe its a small world. Im running Tamiya bearings on the difs which seem nice. Just in the wheels Im after slightly better bearings. Ill have to check yours out. They seem quite cheap bearings. Which ones do you have? Even the ceramic bearings are only $7.99 US each! The Teflon shielded ones are $3.99 each
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I bought the Teflasonic sealed car kit. The diffs are still on some rubber sealed bearings which I got with my old HPI. Everything else is running the new Teflon shielded bearings.
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Oasis, them Tamiya bearings are super fine. The bearings in my Yokomo YR4-M2 Pro are super fine too (green teflon shielded) but I don't know if Yokomo made them or not. Niftech makes some but I don't know how good they are. My XXXS could use some new bearings so I'm gonna check out the Boca's and the Niftech's.



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Try these also.... www.teambluestar.com/
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Thanks for that guys

Im doing ma research! hehe
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